Actor and producer Daniel Dae Kim will be inducted to the Asian Hall of Fame.
The induction ceremony will be held Saturday, May 13, in Seattle.
Kim is best known for his roles as Chin Ho Kelly on Hawaii Five-0 and Jin Soo Kwon from the hit show, Lost. He also starred on Broadway in the Tony Award winning revival of the King & I. He also founded his own production company, 3AD, and has a development deal with CBS.
His first project to make air is expected to be an American version of the South Korean medical drama, Good Doctor .
Also announced for the Hall of Fame is semi-conductor industry consultant Duy-Loan Le.
In 2002, she became the only Asian American and the only woman in Texas Instruments’ history to be named a TI Senior Fellow, the highest elected technical title.
More inductees into the Class of 2017 will be announced at a later date.
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